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What parents say survey I am writing a paper on how what parents say impacts our lives as adults. Please help me by sharing your experiences. Follow the link to complete the short anonymous survey. Thank you What parents say … Continue reading
Parents have a duty of care to children, and words they utter can build or break.
Even the most organised of us find ourselves wandering around without direction sometimes. It may be that we are just not making headway with a project or plan. It may be that we don’t like where we are going, but … Continue reading
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I got conned. Despite knowing that money transfer messages come from ‘Mpesa’, and not a number, and despite knowing that I could always check my balance to confirm that additional funds have come in, I fell…
I got conned. Despite knowing that money transfer messages come from ‘Mpesa’, and not a number, and despite knowing that I could always check my balance to confirm that additional funds have come in, I fell to a conman and … Continue reading
The past week was curious, to say the least. On Monday I was at a meeting of mums discussing the safety and protection of our children, and I heard some harrowing stories about how people we trust harm our children. … Continue reading
Every day we have opportunities to learn different lessons. Some lessons are more difficult than others, and some days have more difficult lessons than others. I have struggled on some days because I couldn’t reach into the part of me … Continue reading
Sometimes the Bravest Thing To Do is Ask for Help..
One of the clearest signs that you need help is the fact that you keep getting into the same trouble. Be it chronic lateness, drinking too much, not getting things done, running out of money before the next pay check, … Continue reading
This article is not about kidnapping or car-jacking or burglars, although these are relevant topics in our world today. This post is about emotional and intellectual safety. In other words, personal boundaries – the invisible lines you set around yourself … Continue reading